San Diego, CA. July 8, 2010 -- Cutting Edge Networked Storage and Esri are pleased to announce the new ArcGIS Data Appliance for Linux. This soon to be available enterprise geographic information systems (GIS) solution, allows organizations to access terabytes of worldwide reference data behind their firewall.
ArcGIS Data Appliance is a unique combination of data and tasks delivered on a ready-to-use solution that fits right into an organization’s internal network. In response to market requests, Esri has collaborated with Cutting Edge Networked Storage to manufacture a Linux version of the appliance. ArcGIS Data Appliance for Linux includes the same data (imagery, streets, and topography) and task offerings (geocoding and routing) as the successful ArcGIS Data Appliance, only packaged for the Linux environment.
Dean Garner, Esri’s hardware solution sales manager commented —“The same optimized, pre-loaded ArcGIS Data Appliance that our clients are accustomed to, will soon be available in a Linux version. This new appliance will seamlessly integrate into users’ Linux computing environments, providing them reliable access to the critical data and tasks they need.”
The ArcGIS Data Appliance for Linux will be showcased at the Esri International User Conference at the San Diego Convention Center July 12-16, 2010. Visit Cutting Edge in booth #625 for a demonstration.
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Cutting Edge Networked Storage has developed fault tolerant and fully redundant high performance open standards and open source storage systems and storage appliances for government and enterprise-level customers since 1992. From fixed low cost storage solutions, customized data protection and centralized storage management solutions to Linux development engineering, Cutting Edge is an industry leader for iSCSI, IP SAN, Network Attached Storage (NAS) and Direct Attached Storage (DAS) products. For additional information please contact Cutting Edge at (800) 257-1666 x 210 or visit the website at http://www.cuttedge.com.